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July 31, 2002

Prospective undergraduate students have only until today -- July 31 -- to submit applications for the fall 2002 semester at San Francisco State University.

Online applications -- the preferred method -- must be submitted no later than midnight tonight. You may pay the $55 application fee with a credit card online.

Paper applications must be hand-delivered to the Student Services building (SSB) no later than 5 p.m. Drop off your application at the Admissions window at the One Stop Student Services Center at the SSB, or at Student Outreach Services, Room 106. You may pay the $55 application fee by check, cash or credit card at the Bursar (cashier) in the SSB.

SFSU must receive applications submitted by U.S. mail no later than today, July 31. Mailed applications received Aug. 1 or later will be considered for spring 2003 admission. Aug. 1 is the beginning of the priority filing period for spring 2003. The priority period ends Aug. 31. Prospective freshmen and transfer students who submit their applications during this period have the best chance of being admitted.

After Aug. 31, applications will still be considered, as long as the chosen major does not have a firm application deadline and there is still space in it. Nursing, Radio/TV (Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts) and Film (Cinema) have firm application deadlines.

The deadline for graduate students to apply for fall 2002 was May 15.

SFSU closed its fall 2002 application period for undergraduates slightly earlier than usual this year because of a sharp increase in applications.

For more information, see the press release. For information about how to get to SFSU, click here.

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